Systematic Examination of Patients with Lower Limb Plastic Surgery (femur fracture) and Vascular Embolism Based on Ultrasound, Radiology and ICU Points

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Masoud Masoumi
Payam Hoshyar Azar
Sannar Albuzyad
Naghmeh Nikzad
Majid Khalilizad


This study systematically investigated patients with lower limb plastic surgery (femur fracture) and vascular embolism based on ultrasound, radiology and ICU points. Bone fracture after hip replacement surgery is one of the complications after surgery that rarely happens. This condition is mainly common in elderly people who have reduced bone thickness or have special medical conditions. When a person needs physiotherapy after femur surgery, when the femur is fractured. Femur fracture is an injury, crack or fracture caused by contact in the femur. If a fracture occurs in the upper part of the femur or adjacent to the hip joint, sometimes this fracture is also called hip fracture or hip fracture. One of the most important symptoms of a femur fracture is severe and excruciating pain in the thigh, which increases with pressure on the fracture site or movement. Inability to move the lower limb, deformation of the lower limb in the form of shortening and outward rotation, and thigh swelling are symptoms of this bone fracture. All hip fractures are treated with surgery. In such a way that they first fix the fracture, then through small slits in the skin. The intraosseous rod or plate is attached to the bone and fixes it. In this way, it is called closed reduction and internal or external fixation. When the closed reduction is not done, the surgeon uses the open reduction method and fixes and immobilizes the fracture with the methods of using rods. Other treatments include physiotherapy, water therapy, exercise therapy.

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